Tim Bacon is Dartfish trained, teaches the Squash Canada Level 4 Task Performance Analysis, and has taught Skill Analysis & Biomechanics to Level I,II,and III coaches as a Course Conductor with Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).
Video analysis can consist of two parts: biomechanical and tactical (or notational) analysis. In biomechanical analysis, usually a single stroke, or series of strokes is filmed and analyzed using tools such as slow motion or split-screen. Tactical analysis usually consists of filming and entire game or match and analyzing patterns of shots or statistics such as number of errors, or percentage of winners from a certain part of the court.
The Dartfish Viewer software allows you to view Dartfish Media files, and can be down loaded here.
- Here is a tennis example of what can be done with Dartfish: